No Room At The DNC Inn, MSM Threatens Bad Press For Denver
Drunkablog reported Tuesday that the MSM is prepared to deal Denver a black eye in publicity (cow town?) if their accommodations for August's Democratic National Convention don't meet their exacting standards:
Some predict that if journalists get upset about conditions, long commutes or other issues, their woes could contribute to an unwelcomed storyline during Denver's coming-out party on the national stage.Want some cheese with that whine MSM?
"Reporters are the worst. They're just notoriously self-centered when it comes to their hotel accommodations," said Carl Hulse, veteran correspondent for The New York Times and a member of the Standing Committee of Correspondents.
If there are housing troubles, "It could potentially reflect on Denver's ability to handle such a great event," Hulse said. "If people don't have rooms, they're going to ask the question: 'Should the convention have been here in the first place?'"
Perhaps the aggrieved journalists will join the Recreate '68 mob, to demand better accommodations and an end to oppression . . . oh, nevermind.